Musicbed: Cinematographers Autumn Durald and Rachel Morrison on filmmaking and Motherhood
"Gifted cinematographer Autumn Cheyenne Durald's (Palo Alto) dusky images and shallow depth of field recalls Roger Deakins' work on The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, and the lyrical, prelapsarian world she evokes is the last place you expect to see teenagers apparating at will."
-Harry Windsor, Hollywood Reporter, One & Two Review
Indiewire: 'Palo Alto' DP Autumn Durald On Being a Female Cinematographer
Indiewire: 9 Cinematographers You Should Follow on Instagram
Fim + Music Interview "No Plan: A Conversation With Autumn Durald"
Sound & Picture Magazine "Palo Alto: DP Autumn Durald recounts the subtleties of lighting a love story"
American Cinematographer "Fatherly Fireworks"
"working with gifted cinematographer Autumn Cheyenne Durald, gives the film a dreamlike quality that's eons away from standard coming-of-age clichés."
- Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
Rolling Stone, Palo Alto Review
"working with her director of photography, Autumn Cheyenne Durald, and under the obvious influence of the cinematographer Harris Savides, who shot some of Gus Van Sant’s most beautiful films — pulls you into with color, light and feelings as lovely as caresses."
- Manohla Dargis, New York Times
New York Times "Palo Alto,’ About Adolescents Stumbling Toward Adulthood"
"and striking Steadicam lensing by gifted female d.p. Autumn Durald buffers everything from harsh realism, allowing a slightly dreamlike quality into the proceedings."
- Peter Debruge, Variety
Variety "Telluride Film Review: Palo Alto"
Lula Magazine "Shooting Stars"
Film Comment "Hot Property: Palo Alto"
The Hollywood Reporter: 'Palo Alto' Cinematographer on James Franco and Sensitive Subject Matter
"Autumn Durald’s moodily sensuous cinematography is a huge asset"
-Larry Gross, Chief Writer, Telluride
Telluride Film Festival Program Guide: Palo Alto
Kodak InCamera Magazine: "The Story of a Man in a Room"